6 Spring Decor Trends You Will Be Seeing Everywhere In 2021
If you're like me, by the time spring arrives your list of home projects is a mile long. Whether you are taking on a huge project like remodeling the master bathroom or replacing the tile flooring in the kitchen, or you're simply selecting new throw pillows for the family room or laying a new carpet in the foyer, these decor trends will assist you in making your design/decor decisions. Ready to wow your guests? Let's do it!
1. Calming Blues
Due to its soothing nature, blue will be on the design scene in the coming year, particularly in shades of cerulean. Adding calming blues to a master bedroom or living space will bring a clean, fresh look to any space!
2. Comfortable Seating & Easy-Care Fabrics
If 2020 taught us anything, it was the importance of having a comfy & cozy retreat in our home. Homeowners are beginning to trade in their boxy mid-century & modern-style furniture for relaxed, comfortable, approachable and functional pieces for the whole family to enjoy.
3. Natural Materials
Brown wood is making a glorious comeback and furniture made of rattan, leather, wicker and woven materials will be a big hit this year. Accent your space with ceramic, cement and clay vases/artwork for a touch of authentic sophistication!
4. Old Meets New
Here's a new decor term for you: Rustic Vogue! Home aesthetics featuring reclaimed wood and pieces with patina will be popular this year. Homeowners are seeking a perfectly imperfect finish to their space and are excited to display their favorite vintage pieces, flea market finds and quirky travel keepsakes!
5. Closed Floor Plans & Multi-Functional Spaces
We never thought this day would come... but closed floor plans are back in style, my friends! This is great news for the historical homes that line the streets of Alexandria. Zoom calls, homeschooling and working from home have all created a high demand for more privacy and peace of mind.
6. Warm Colors & Rich Tones
My favorite trend of 2020 which has carried over into 2021 is rich colors. Camels and saddle tans pair beautifully with those calming blues from trend #1. Combine the two through paint, furniture and decor to bring a fresh look to your home.